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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Natalie Russo <natalie.russo1@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 7:28 AM
Subject: Re: [COGDEVSOC] Assistant Professor Position in School Psychology
at Syracuse University
To: cogdevsoc@lists.cogdevsoc.org
Cc: Lawrence J Lewandowski <ljlewand@syr.edu>


Dear Colleagues,

Please find below an advertising for a tenure-track faculty position in
School psychology at Syracuse University.

Thank you,



Natalie Russo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

Syracuse University



Office: 403 Huntington Hall

Phone: 315-443-2024

Email: nrusso@syr.edu

http://thecollege.syr.edu/profiles/pages/russo-natalie.html





*FACULTY SEARCH IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY.* The Department of Psychology at
Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant
Professor position to join their APA-, NASP-, and NCATE-accredited School
Psychology training program. We are seeking a scholar with a
scientist-practitioner philosophy, a strong record of research
productivity, potential to develop an independent, externally-funded
research program, and commitment to teaching excellence at both the
graduate and undergraduate levels. Area of research specialization is open,
but preference will be given to candidates with substantive interests in
either school-based services for children’s learning and behavior problems
(RtI, SWPBS, school mental health) or assessment and treatment of pediatric
disorders (ADHD, LD, EBD, TBI, cancer). In addition, preference will be
given to candidates who can engage in areas of collaborative research
related to other programs in the department, which include
cognitive-behavioral approaches to childhood disorders as well as
adolescent and adult health psychology (Clinical Psychology), social issues
such as relationships, stigma, and prejudice (Social Psychology), and
neuropsychological issues such as attention, memory, decision-making, and
quantitative modeling of human cognition (Cognition, Brain, and Behavior).
Responsibilities of the position include teaching undergraduate and
graduate courses in developmental psychology as well as courses in the
candidate’s area of expertise.  In addition, the candidate will be expected
to advise undergraduates as well as graduate students, direct student
theses and dissertations, supervise clinical practica, and serve on
departmental committees. Candidates should be eligible for licensure as a
psychologist in the state of New York.



Syracuse University is an equal opportunity, affirmative-action
institution. The university and department have a strong commitment to
achieving diversity among faculty and staff. We are particularly interested
in receiving applications from members of underrepresented groups and
strongly encourage women and persons of color to apply for these
positions. Further,
the Department of Psychology and broader Syracuse community provides a rich
and supportive environment for inclusive research involving ethnically and
economically diverse populations.

Syracuse is located in beautiful Upstate New York. The city and surrounding
areas offer outstanding school systems, a modest cost of living, proximity
to nature (Adirondack Mountains, Thousand Islands, Lake Ontario, and the
Finger Lakes) and easy access to major eastern cities.  Several major
medical centers, including SUNY Upstate Medical Center, the Syracuse VA
Medical Center, are in close proximity to Syracuse University and offer
opportunities for interdisciplinary research.



More information about the department may be found at
http://psychweb.syr.edu/. Applicants must complete a brief online faculty
application at http://www.sujobopps.com. Attach electronic copies of your
curriculum vitae and a cover letter describing your research and teaching
interests. Three letters of recommendation are required. Detailed
instructions for uploading their confidential recommendation letter into
the system will be sent to references identified in your application.
Applications will be reviewed beginning November 1, 2014 and will continue
until the position is filled. Our goal is to fill the position by January
1, 2015.







*From:* cogdevsoc [mailto:cogdevsoc-bounces@lists.cogdevsoc.org] *On Behalf
Of *JULIEN MAYOR
*Sent:* Wednesday, October 08, 2014 7:02 AM
*To:* cogdevsoc@lists.cogdevsoc.org
*Subject:* [COGDEVSOC] Assistant/Associate Professorship in Psychology at
the University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus



* Apologies for cross-posting *



Dear colleagues,



please find the following advertisement for a position of
Assistant/Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Nottingham
- Malaysia Campus.

Developmentalists are welcome to apply!



Kind regards,



Julien Mayor



*---*

*University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus*

*School of Psychology*



*Assistant/Associate Professor in Psychology *



An Assistant/Associate Professor post is available in our School of
Psychology at the Malaysia Campus. The successful candidate will have
access to labs equipped with high quality research facilities, including
eye tracking and EEG.

We seek a talented individual with a proven record of research and teaching
with expertise in any area of experimental psychology or cognitive
neuroscience. Candidates who are qualified to use our laboratory facilities
are especially welcome. To be successful, candidates should have a PhD in
Psychology or a related discipline, along with evidence of student-centred
tertiary teaching in Psychology. Duties will include research,
administration and teaching through lectures, practical classes, tutorials
and project supervision as directed by the Head of School.

The School covers the specialisms of cognitive psychology, cognitive
neuroscience, including vision research and biological psychology; social
and health psychology, including evolutionary and clinical psychology; and
developmental psychology.  Further information about the School’s profile
is available on our website:
http://www.nottingham.edu.my/Psychology/index.aspx

Informal enquiries about these positions may be addressed to Dr Elizabeth
Sheppard, Head of School (UNMC) at elizabeth.sheppard@nottingham.edu.my.

Applications, specifying the job being applied for, with current curriculum
vitae, should be sent to the Faculty Manager at
salma.abdkadir@nottingham.edu.my.

Application deadline:  5th November 2014








*---Associate ProfessorSchool of Psychology, Faculty of ScienceThe
University of Nottingham - Malaysia CampusJalan Broga, 43500
SemenyihSelangor Darul EhsanMalaysiaTel: +6(0) 389248238*



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